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I self harm

It can be really difficult to ask for help and there are a lot of reasons why people decide they need help. It can be hard to find the words to tell people about what’s going on, what you’re feeling and about how you’re injuring yourself.
 
     
 
You are not alone in how you feel and you have the right to have a life that is free of pain and worry.
 
     
There are many feelings involved in self harm and the person may feel overwhelmed by all this. It is important to remember that you have a right to have these feelings heard and be taken seriously. You are not alone in how you feel and you have the right to have a life that is free of pain and worry.
 
It is always possible to stop self-harming and we believe with support and having your voice heard that you will feel empowered to make the change you want in your life. . 
 
If you would like to find out more about self harm and the supports available you may find the websites below helpful.
You can also contact Childline by phone, text or through our website. The phone line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week  and the number is 1800 666 666.You can talk to us by text by contacting our Teentxt service and this is open 10am-4am daily, all you have to do is text the word ‘Talk’ to 50101. Alternatively you can chat to us live on the One to One facility on our website.